Boho Clothing – How to Accomplish the Look

Boho Clothing is primarily made up of layers of free-flowing clothing. Because it originates from culture groups, such as artists, it tends to include clothing that is worn, second-hand, or vintage. It can be recognized by scarves, long coats, sweaters, floppy hats, boots, belts and scarves. This is all topped off with practical hairstyles and hats for men and long hair with or without braids and accessories for women.

boho halter tops, or bohemian, or hippie is the trend. It spells free spirited, counter-culture, artsy, individualistic. That’s what’s so wonderful about the style. It is very individual, although popular, due to it’s multitude of combinations available. It is valuable in that it is so reasonable to put together and doesn’t depend on designer clothing to pull it off. When figuring out how to put it together it is best to avoid clothes that are too big for you or too long. Also, avoid too many layers. You don’t want to take the attention away from your face or make yourself look too big or engulfed in your clothing. It should be somewhat form fitting for best appeal. The guys are seeming to be unshaven. You want to be careful that you don’t have too many color combinations going on or anything that is too “busy”. Pick more muted colors like blacks, greys, off-white, greens, pale reds, etc. Mix and match carefully until you achieve what is right for you and what makes you feel comfortable and expressive of your uniqueness. That’s what Boho Clothing is all about!

Justin L White has worked in the Boho Clothing retail market for several years. He is also fascinated by the mark on history created by the Beatniks and Hippies. Currently, he has a store specializing in Boho clothing and gifts from around the world and is looking to market online.


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